Disney Imagineering in a Box course from Khan Academy #disney #imagineering
If you’re interested in learning about the skills and disciplines that go into the storytelling and world building of Disney’s theme parks, have a look at the free online Imagineering in a Box course available on Khan Academy.
From the Disney Parks blog:
The series offers 32 videos in which Imagineers share how they use a wide range of skills – from story development and conceptual design, to math, physics and engineering – to create immersive experiences.
Modules range from a tutorial on engineering software, to an interactive exercise where learners are encouraged to gather items around them and create something new. The program’s hands-on components will allow students to relate new concepts to real-world examples to bring treasured Disney stories to life. Each activity is designed to be scalable, allowing individuals to learn on their own or in a classroom setting.
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